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An international journal of forestry and forest industries - Vol. 53- 2002/2

FAO - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Editor: A. Perlis
Editorial Advisory Board
Forestry Department:
J. Ball, I.J. Bourke, C. Holding-Anyonge,
R.M. Martin, M. Morell, C.T.S. Nair,
C. Palmberg-Lerche, A. Perlis, L. Russo,
O. Souvannavong, T. Vahanen, M. Wilkie
Regional Advisers:
H. Abdel Nour, C. Carneiro, P. Durst, P. Koné,
E. Pepke

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Cover photo: Langur monkeys are among the most common
wild mammals in Indian forests

I. de Borhegyi

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J. Burley
Forest biological diversity: an overview

J.A. McNeely
Forest biodiversity at the ecosystem level: where do people fit in?

K. Rykowski
Forest biological diversity conservation as an element of sustainable forest management - policy and practice in Poland

M. Kanashiro, I.S. Thompson, J.A.G. Yared, M.D. Loveless, P. Coventry, R.C.V. Martins-da-Silva, B. Degen and W. Amaral
Improving conservation values of managed forests: the Dendrogene Project in the Brazilian Amazon

R. Nasi, R. Dennis, E. Meijaard, G. Applegate and P. Moore
Forest fire and biological diversity

W.A. Rodgers, R. Nabanyumya, E. Mupada and L. Persha
Community conservation of closed forest biodiversity in East Africa: can it work?

D. Sheil
Why doesn't biodervisity monitoring support conservation priorities in the tropics?

C. Palmberg-Lerche
Thoughts on genetic conservation in forestry

M.L. Wilkie
From dune to forest: biological diversity in plantations established to control drifting sand